NH Film Festival Benefit at Martingale Wharf
On Wednesday March 6 Martingale Wharf of Portsmouth will donate 10 percent of all food sales (4 p.m. to close) to the New Hampshire Film Festival as part of their weekly Give Back nights.
This isn’t the first time NHFF and Martingale have teamed up. Martingale Wharf hosted the prestigious Moët & Chandon Saturday night after party for NHFF 2012 and is one of the festival’s leading restaurant program participants. The Bow Street restaurant opened in August 2012, and quickly embraced the Portsmouth arts community.
“Martingale Wharf was the perfect fit to host to the festival’s Moët & Chandon after party, and it was our largest after party to-date,” said NHFF Executive Director Nicole Gregg. “We are thrilled to be going back as one of the lucky beneficiaries of their community give back nights. We’re also very much looking forward to partnering again for the 2013 festival.”
“The Martingale Wharf is a local restaurant based in a close knit community,” said Meghan Barnes, assistant general manager at Martingale Wharf. “We look to support non-profit organizations and give back to the community that supports us. We are very excited for this event benefiting the New Hampshire Film Festival, because we believe in what they do for Portsmouth and we have had great success in partnering with them before,”
The NHFF team is looking forward to a fun night of great food and drinks with friends, sponsors, advertisers, and festival supporters. Anyone is welcome to come enjoy dinner at the Martingale Wharf to support the New Hampshire Film Festival.
About the New Hampshire Film Festival
The New Hampshire Film Festival takes place each fall the weekend after Columbus Day in Portsmouth, NH. NHFF unites professional filmmakers and screenwriters with industry experts, students, educators, and film lovers for an inspiring, four-day celebration of independent film through panels, workshops, screenings, and networking events.
Founded in 2001, NHFF began as a small, grassroots organization to support local, regional, and student filmmakers. It now holds a place as a viable and recognized festival that showcases the brightest talent on the international film festival scene. The 2013 New Hampshire Film Festival will run October 17-20. For more information visit www.nhfilmfestival.com.
About Martingale Wharf
Offering both fine dining and a relaxed deck menu, Martingale Wharf has something for every taste. The 99 Bow St. location boasts beautiful water views, 9,000 square feet of dining space and the largest dining deck in Portsmouth. For menus and more information visit www.martingalewharf.com.